This is your New Music Monday for July 27, 2020! Here we will give you a sample of some of the new music out now that you will want to add to your playlists. We hope to cover many different genres and styles. The Spotify playlist for the featured songs is at the end of the story.
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“‘What’s Your Pleasure?'” echoes Disco divas of the past and sees Jessie at her most flirtatious while carrying the carnal energy of a first encounter on a nightclub dancefloor. It’s a recipe for club glory with its sleek disco influence and the kind of free-roaming rubbery bass lines that would have you dancing relentlessly. It’s the perfect prescription for a world without dance floors.”
The Chicks – “Sleep at Night”
“After nearly 14 years, the 13-time GRAMMY award-winning, multi-platinum selling global superstars, The Chicks, released their highly anticipated fifth studio album, “GASLIGHTER,” via Columbia Records. The record release also brings the trio’s second single off the album, “Sleep at Night,” with a powerful new music video shot in the Mojave Desert. “GASLIGHTER” was co-produced by GRAMMY award-winning singer-songwriter, record producer, and friend of the band, Jack Antonoff.”
Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande – “Rain On Me” (Purple Disco Machine Remix)
Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande have released two brand new remixes of “Rain On Me”, the latest single taken from the new album “Chromatica.” Featuring mixes from Purple Disco Machine and Ralphi Rosario available now on all streaming platforms and digital retailers via Interscope Records.
DVRKO featuring Sarah De Warren – “This is How”
“Elusive musician/producer, DVRKO, released his first music video accompanying debut single, “This is How,” featuring singer/songwriter, Sarah De Warren. The duo’s collaboration, an emotive, melodic house track inspired by personal experiences in seemingly inescapable toxic relationships, clocked more than a million global streams in its first month of release.”